Roman Civilization: Roman Republic and the Principate of Augustus v. 1

Roman Civilization: Roman Republic and the Principate of Augustus v. 1 : A Sourcebook

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Naphtali Lewis and Meyer Reinhold's Roman Civilization is a classic. Originally published by Columbia University Press in 1955, the authors have undertaken another revision which takes into account recent work in the field. These volumes consist of selected primary documents from ancient Rome, covering a range of over 1,000 years of Roman culture, from the foundation of the city to its sacking by the Goths. The selections cover a broad spectrum of Roman civilization, including literature, philosophy, religion, education, politics, military affairs, and economics. These English translations of literary, inscriptional, and papyrological sources, many of which are available nowhere else, create a mosaic of the brilliance, the beauty, and the power of more

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  • Paperback | 674 pages
  • 148 x 224 x 42mm | 879.96g
  • Columbia University Press
  • New York, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 3rd Revised edition
  • Ill.
  • 0231071310
  • 9780231071314
  • 197,342

About Naphtali Lewis

Naphtali Lewis is professor of classical studies at Boston University. Meyer Reinhold is University Professor of Classical Studies at Boston University. Both are distinguished classicists and have written numerous books and articles during their more

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"A splendid collection of source materials, documentary and epigraphic as well as literary." -- "Oxford History of the Classical World"show more

Table of contents

From the Beginnings to 509 B.C.The Conquest and Organization of Italy to 264 B.C.Domestic Affairs to 264 B.C.Overseas Conquests, 264-27 B.C.The Decline and Fall of the Roman RepublicThe Administration of the Imperial Republic: Foreign Domination and ProvincesThe Administration of the Imperial Republic: The Government at RomeSociety and Culture, 264-27 B.C.The Augustan AgeCoinsshow more